Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has turned into a fresher technique for the treatment of different kinds of alopecia. In this planned review, security, viability and plausibility of PRP infusions in treating androgenic alopecia were evaluated. Eleven patients experiencing balding because of androgenic alopecia and not answering a half year treatment with minoxidil and finasteride were remembered for this review. The hair pull test was performed before each treatment meeting. A complete volume of 2-3 cc PRP was infused in the scalp by utilizing an insulin needle. The treatment was rehashed at regular intervals, for a sum of multiple times. The result was surveyed following 3 months by clinical assessment, naturally visible photographs, hair pull test and patient's general fulfillment.